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Kadena's Justin Wilson and Okinawa Christian's Shawn Monroe jump at center for the season-opening tipoff of Tuesday's game. The Panthers beat the Crusaders 79-56.

Kadena's Justin Wilson and Okinawa Christian's Shawn Monroe jump at center for the season-opening tipoff of Tuesday's game. The Panthers beat the Crusaders 79-56. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Justin Wilson and Okinawa Christian's Shawn Monroe jump at center for the season-opening tipoff of Tuesday's game. The Panthers beat the Crusaders 79-56.

Kadena's Justin Wilson and Okinawa Christian's Shawn Monroe jump at center for the season-opening tipoff of Tuesday's game. The Panthers beat the Crusaders 79-56. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kadena's Josiah Santos dribbles between Okinawa Christian's Kento Nambara and Shawn Monroe during Tuesday's season-opening game. The Panthers beat the Crusaders 79-56.

Kadena's Josiah Santos dribbles between Okinawa Christian's Kento Nambara and Shawn Monroe during Tuesday's season-opening game. The Panthers beat the Crusaders 79-56. (Mary Obsuna/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Isaiah Johnson goes up for a shot against Ginowan during Tuesday's season-opening game. Johnson scored 12 points and the Dragons beat the Red Hawks 105-82.

Kubasaki's Isaiah Johnson goes up for a shot against Ginowan during Tuesday's season-opening game. Johnson scored 12 points and the Dragons beat the Red Hawks 105-82. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Emelia Sacbayana drives to the basket against Futenma during Tuesday's season-opening game. The visiting Red Braves beat the Dragons 81-30.

Kubasaki's Emelia Sacbayana drives to the basket against Futenma during Tuesday's season-opening game. The visiting Red Braves beat the Dragons 81-30. (Tatiana Zamora/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Imani Washington skies for a shot against Ginowan during Tuesday's season-opening game. Washington grabbed eight rebounds and Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82.

Kubasaki's Imani Washington skies for a shot against Ginowan during Tuesday's season-opening game. Washington grabbed eight rebounds and Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Jacob Green skies for a layup against Ginowan during Tuesday's season-opening game. Green scored 17 points and Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82.

Kubasaki's Jacob Green skies for a layup against Ginowan during Tuesday's season-opening game. Green scored 17 points and Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Skylor Stevens drives to the basket against Ginowan during Tuesday's season-opening game. Stevens had 18 points and Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82.

Kubasaki's Skylor Stevens drives to the basket against Ginowan during Tuesday's season-opening game. Stevens had 18 points and Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82. (Courtney Kait/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens drives to the basket against Futenma during Tuesday's season-opening game. The visiting Red Braves beat the Dragons 81-30.

Kubasaki's Chloe' Stevens drives to the basket against Futenma during Tuesday's season-opening game. The visiting Red Braves beat the Dragons 81-30. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Matt Ashley goes up for a shot against a Ginowan defender during Tuesday's season-opening game. Ashley led the Dragons with 21 points and Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82.

Kubasaki's Matt Ashley goes up for a shot against a Ginowan defender during Tuesday's season-opening game. Ashley led the Dragons with 21 points and Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

Kubasaki's Connor Richardson backs into the basket against a Ginowan defender during Tuesday's season-opening game. Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82.

Kubasaki's Connor Richardson backs into the basket against a Ginowan defender during Tuesday's season-opening game. Kubasaki beat the Red Hawks 105-82. (Miranda Fino/Special to Stars and Stripes)

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Basketball Boys OkinawaKubasaki 105, Ginowan 82 Tuesday at Camp FosterGinowan 22 15 23 22 — 82Kubasaki 23 29 30 23 — 105

Scoring — Kubasaki: Matt Ashley 21, Skylor Stevens 18, Connor Richardson 18, Jacob Green 17, Isaiah Johnson 12. Rebounding — Kubasaki: Stevens 13, Imani Washington 8, Ashley 6, Green 5, Richardson 5. Assists — Kubasaki: Green 9, Johnson 6. Steals — Kubasaki: Green 8.

Kadena 79, Okinawa Christian 56 Tuesday at Kadena Air BaseOCSI 6 22 11 17 — 56Kadena 21 8 27 23 — 79Scoring — Kadena: Justin Wilson 24, Josiah Santos 15, Jeremiah Steed 10, Isaiah Richardson 10; OCSI: Shawn Monroe 32. Rebounding — Kadena: Jahron Mitchell 7. Assists — Kadena: Mitchell 5.

Girls OkinawaFutenma 81, Kubasaki 30 Tuesday at Camp FosterFutenma 25 24 26 6 — 81Kubasaki 8 8 11 3 — 30Scoring — Kubasaki: Chloe’ Stevens 12. Rebounding — Kubasaki: Stevens 16, Josie Daffin 11. Steals — Kubasaki: Kennady White 5.

JapanNile C. Kinnick 31, Christian Academy Japan 16 Tuesday at TokyoKinnick 6 8 7 10 — 31CAJ 0 4 5 7 — 16Scoring — Kinnick: Kailee Rucker 8, Taylor Cobb 8; CAJ: Erika McLain 7. Rebounding — Kinnick: Cobb 10.

Yokota 48, Sacred Heart 28 Tuesday at Yokota Air BaseISSH 6 8 6 8—28Yokota 12 11 15 10—48

Scoring — Yokota: Sarah Cronin 15, Jamia Bailey 11, Caitlyn Rowan 10; ISSH: Miya Bernal 10. Rebounding — Yokota: Rowan 14, Cronin 8. Steals — Yokota: Bailey 5.

Seisen 43, St. Maur 23 Tuesday at YokohamaSeisen 4 13 14 12 — 43St. Maur2 11 4 6 — 23|Scoring — Seisen: Alex Street 16, Nikita Endo 14. Rebounding — Seisen: Misa Cunhs 6. Assists — Seisen: Miyu Niwa 8.

American School In Japan 55, Zama 45 Tuesday at Camp ZamaASIJ 16 13 15 11—55Zama 6 11 11 17—45

Scoring — ASIJ: Allie Rogers 14, Aqua Wood 13, Taylor France 11; Zama: Ti’Ara Carroll 20, Destiny Thomas 13. Rebounding — ASIJ: Rogers 8; Zama: Thomas 8, Carroll 7.

Boys soccer GuamFather Duenas Memorial 5, Guam 0 Monday at DededoHalftime — 2-0. Goals — FDMS: Jestin Escobar 3, Christian Quichocho, Jake Benito. Noteworthy — First loss in eight matches for Panthers this season.Guam 3, Okkodo 0 Wednesday at YigoHalftime — 2-0. Goals — GHS: Leon Bamba (12), Tyler George (3), Jarius Gaines (2). Assist — GHS: Bamba.

Baseball GuamOkkodo 9, Guam 8(5, time limit) Monday at HarmonOkkodo501 30—9GHS 340 01—8

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